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The below is a conglomeration of my entries on the ABC Political Forums. I was banned – couldn’t figure out why, until I found out that Wal-Mart was a huge avertiser with ABC. It seems that I ruffeled some feathers… :)

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if there is indeed a terrorist attack since the likely source would be Syria and Hezbollah.”Whew, when the Arab’s themselves begin warning Israel of imminent attacks, it demonstrates to everyone just how shaky the Middle East really is! (And the efforts of some of the Arab League to uphold the peace process.) There is hope for peace, but Iran & Syria keep stepping directly in the way of peace and sabotage by funding Hezbollah and propagating the misery. How do we stop the madness??http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Death of the Empire    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:43 PM
After reading all of that, feel I need to do more research. By the way, are you writing from America? Just curious…War is tough. Bad. People die, including brave Americans. Many of those American’s are dying to protect your freedoms here at home – and abroad – and those that I have talked to seemed to have been proud to serve. The Middle East is a mess and it’s getting worse, I’ll not deny that.But, I will not negate the importance on the War on Terror. I believe in transparency in government, and I believe we are in Iraq for different reasons than have been stated, but I support our country and support our troops. None of the many in the Twin Towers are resting “comfortably” after radical Islam attacked us, and I am concerned about collatoral damage in Iraq; I am also concerned about the safety of my children and fellow country men right here in America, and knock-on-wood, we haven’t had another major attack since.With the threat so huge, and so much at stake, for now I’ll have to believe in my country.http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Moral Issue: The Lifestyle’ — Real-Life Wife Swap     justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:16 PM
I have read in-depth every post in regard John Stossel’s “Give Me A Break” commentaries and I am amazed at the controversy. I am so shocked how little America knows about Swinging, or the Swinging Lifestyle.And lifestyle it is; married or couples whom are simply living together and swing have to have the utmost trust in each other, and a love for their partner that simply will not allow jealousy. To embrace these practices is one thing, but to live them is another… I owned three Escort & Modeling Agencies and was one of the lucky few men that could sit and listen to women’s conversations, after a while forgetting I was even there. Men, you have no idea how women talk, or what they really want.Generally speaking, most of the women I have ever known, especially those I could actually listen to while speaking “in private” to other women, consider men to be selfish, demanding, and generally don’t give a darn for anyone’s sexual pleasure but their own! (Sorry guys, but that’s the real scoop) They want to be taken care of, complimented, have their desires and fantasies recognized & fulfilled, and most would fall over dead if their man offered them a simple backrub after a hard days work. No, I didn’t make it up, I simply listened. Women are wonderful, devious creatures, and I dearly love them, but we men listen way too little… Listen Guys, they will tell you what they want. Really!With the above in mind, “********” are born, and these are couples whom simply understand and trust each other to a level the Average married couple cannot understand. It’s not scary, and they don’t want to convert you; they simply want to live their lives in the manner which makes them happy.The problem as I see it is simple. If it were simply the men “having fun”, it would remain a deep, dark unspoken taboo. However, since women participate readily and willingly, and in fact are the most unabashed “movers” & “shakers” in the swinging community, people that don’t understand the lifestyle, nor women, are up in arms. These United States are interesting. For some reason, a man has several women and he is a “superman”. (have to watch what I say – so have toned down the language. Most of you know what I mean in certain circumstances)Let a woman enjoy sex in the same manner, and it’s the Red Badge of Shame. And still, even after
justanothercoverupPages 2     [1  2  ]  >>Next PageTopics     Posted by     Last PostRe: We spend 280 billion dollars for nothing and oil is nearing $60 a barre    justanothercoverup    Mar 25, 2005 06:37 AM
The Corporations & profit takers are getting it while they can, knowing full-well the Middle East is about to erupt into a firestorm; the peace makers are trying to head it off – but trouble’s brewing and THAT is why the price of oil is so high. Those in the “know” see what’s on the horizon…Doubts Surface On Iraq Raid Toll – 85 Deaths ????    justanothercoverup    Mar 25, 2005 04:24 AMhttp://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A64206-2005Mar24.html”BAGHDAD, March 24 –
New details about an intense battle between insurgents and Iraqi police commandos supported by U.S. forces cast doubt Thursday on Iraqi government claims that 85 rebels were killed at what was described as a clandestine training camp.”http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.com82% believe Congress/President stay out of Schiavo    justanothercoverup    Mar 25, 2005 04:15 AMhttp://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2005/03/23/politics/main682619.shtml”
An overwhelming 82 percent of the public believes the Congress and President should stay out of the matter. “What is your opinion???http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.com
Iranian Exile Says Uranium Enriched at Secret Site    justanothercoverup    Mar 25, 2005 04:06 AMhttp://www.reuters.com/newsArticle.jhtml?type=topNews&storyID=7994352&src=rss/topNews”PARIS (Reuters) -
An Iranian exile accused Tehran on Thursday of secretly purifying uranium for use in nuclear weapons at a recently-constructed underground facility at a military complex called Parchin. “Iran has completed an underground tunnel-like facility in Parchin, which is now engaged in laser enrichment,” said Alireza Jafarzadeh, an Iranian exile who has reported accurately in the past about hidden atomic facilities in Iran.”And Iran still insists they only want Nuclear power for “peaceful” purposes. Yep. Maybe they need to read the news too….http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comU.N. Cites Syria as Factor in Lebanese Assassination    justanothercoverup    Mar 25, 2005 04:00 AMhttp://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/25/international/middleeast/25hariri.html?ex=1269406800&en=c1f93e0d1911a3cd&ei=5089&partnUNITED NATIONS, March 24 -
A toughly worded United Nations report into the assassination of the former Lebanese prime minister, Rafik Hariri, concluded Thursday that heavy-handed Syrian interference in Lebanese affairs had created the polarizing tensions that led to his death and that a deeply flawed local investigation had obstructed efforts to find his killers.http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.com
Democracy’s nasty surprises – Change in the Mideast!    justanothercoverup    Mar 25, 2005 03:55 AM”
Western enthusiasm for what Tony Blair calls “a ripple of change” toward democracy there rests on two assumptions: in particular that a democratic Middle East will prove peaceable and friendly to America, and in general that democratic government is benevolent. Both assumptions deserve closer inspection..To say that democracy will always defeat tyranny is much too simple. Sometimes it can lead to it.”.http://www.iht.com/articles/2005/03/24/news/edwheat.htmlhttp://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: America becomes increasingly liberal    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 06:15 PMThat they are trying to do; one of the useful purposes I see of forums like this is that people whom are willing to spend the time and read a diversity of material soon become aware of the “truths” and the lies behind what the Spin Doctors want us to see. Even now, more Americans every day are seeing, with their own eyes, the degradation and erosion of our Civil Rights. The feeble cries will soon grow into a roar – and again America will become proud.Re: Moral Issue: The Lifestyle’ — Real-Life Wife Swap     justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 05:21 PMThe sickies?? Have you read the majority of the posts on this thread? Looks to me like many, many people agree with the lifestyle, so is it your opinion that all of us are “sickies?”. I don’t think you’re a sickie, and I doubt if most of the people consider you to be a sickie, simply because your opinion doesn’t agree with their opinions. I guess that those of us that are ******** simply are more open-minded and respect the opinions and lifestyles of others. I call that America.Re: They are not thinking it trough    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 05:12 PMThat’s the wonderful thing about sex, ESPECIALLY if you’re open-minded and don’t have any serious hang-ups. It can and is, whatever you and your partner want it to be – and referring to another post, “It’s hard to go back to Vanilla”. Once you have experienced a true swinging relationship with a partner of equal understanding – life can be just plain exciting and wonderful.When Has A Person Paid His Debt To Society    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 03:56 PMWhen does a criminal “pay his debt to society”. Courts used to mete out punishment; Time in jail, probation, parole, etc. Now, with background checks, and the availability of electronic data, a person that has been in no trouble for maybe five years still has to lie on a job application, can’t get a really good job, and this person supposedly paid his debt to society. How do we correct this issue? Are we creating a society of second-class Americans by not allowing them to successfully re-enter society? Shouldn’t the courts be the one’s to mete out the punishment?I believe that the current situation in grossly unconstitutional – and Civil Libertarians have completely missed the issue. What is your opinion?And yes, THIS IS POLITICS!http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewtopic.php?t=2280http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comWhen is a debt paid to society????    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 02:49 PMWhen does a criminal “pay his debt to society”. Courts used to mete out punishment; Time in jail, probation, parole, etc. Now, with background checks, and the availability of electronic data, a person that has been in no trouble for maybe five years still has to lie on a job application, can’t get a really good job, and this person supposedly paid his debt to society. How do we correct this issue? Are we creating a society of second-class Americans by not allowing them to successfully re-enter society? Shouldn’t the courts be the one’s to mete out the punishment?I believe that the current situation in grossly unconstitutional – and Civil Libertarians have completely missed the issue. If I had to guess, one day this subject will be discussed on shows like 20/20, etc. (See, I’m smarter than to mention anyone else programming! :)What is your opinion?http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.com Is It OK F/Neighbor to run FBI check on his neighbor?    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 01:55 PM In this current information & Internet age, all one needs to do to find out about his next door neighbor is to get on the Internet, pay a few dollars, and viola, there is all the info he needs. But info for what?? When is this an invasion of privacy? Let me give just one example, and then let’s hear your opinion!” Consider that in an upper-middle class neighborhood, John Q Citizen just moved in and one of his neighbors is curious; he gets on his computer, orders up the FBI rap sheet. Oh my goodness, the neighbor discovers that John Q had been convicted ten years ago of marijuana possession & was found to be in possession of stolen goods! Does he keep it secret, or is the neighborhood abuzz with this delightful new gossip. And how many people REALLY believe that a leopard never changes his spots… “So many different examples could be made of the potential abuse of this mis-handling of personal information.http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: When Has A Person Paid His Debt To Society    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 01:39 PMHmmm, an extremely articulate post. Who and when, was it ever established that a debt to society is never repaid? Judges used to make that exact pronouncement all of the time, that a “debt had to be paid”. United States Law set up these courts to punish those whom had broken the law. They used time in county jails, prison, and community supervision, parole and probation to ensure that the supposed rehabilitated individual really was OK to be back in society. If I am reading your post correctly, you believe that there is no time when a person has “paid” that debt, that they should be shamed and discriminated against their entire lives for perhaps one small mistake…If that was in fact the intent of the Government, then why is it not so pronounced in court? You have ASSUMED that this is OK with society. I beg to differ. There are millions of American citizens out there that believe they have proven they deserve a second chance; are we so callous that no one hears their cry? And no, some people ARE NOT capable of drawing distinctions. Most people are not nearly as open-minded as you in accepting ANYONE with a prior felony or misdemeanor conviction. Yes, misdemeanor convictions, and just being charged with a crime, can also show up too. Think this through. One out of every nine adults in the US has done county or prison time. I think that’s the statistic, but am not quite sure. You’re talking about a lot of people, and a lot of young adults that have parents that would like to see their kids get a second chance. Think it through….Re: When Has A Person Paid His Debt To Society    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 12:08 PMAbsolutely not! I wrote an outline of this issue on my website, and I ABSOLUTELY specified that statistical fact shows that most of the sexual offenders repeat (certain crimes) and should NEVER be free to hide amongst society without people knowing where they are.When Has A Person Paid His Debt To Society    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 11:59 AM When does a criminal “pay his debt to society”. Courts used to mete out punishment; Time in jail, probation, parole, etc. Now, with background checks, and the availability of electronic data, a person that has been in no trouble for maybe five years still has to lie on a job application, can’t get a really good job, and this person supposedly paid his debt to society. How do we correct this issue? Are we creating a society of second-class Americans by not allowing them to successfully re-enter society? Shouldn’t the courts be the one’s to mete out the punishment? I believe that the current situation in grossly unconstitutional – and Civil Libertarians have completely missed the issue. What is your opinion? And yes, THIS IS POLITICS!http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Utah Bans Internet Porn    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 08:05 AMWhat we watch in our homes, allow our children to watch, and using our own off/on, parental locks on satellite or cable, is how people whom choose to do so keep porn out of their homes. Programs and parental locks are also available that will restrict their children’s access to the Internet.Free Speech is attacked when neighbors decide what is best or proper for their other neighbors to watch. America is a country of freedoms, freedoms we are all expected to observe and protect.Re: Syria, Hezbollah “looking to attack Israel”    justanothercoverup    Mar 24, 2005 05:01 AMI reference my personal Blogsite, because in some instances, I have documents, PDF files, etc., that are sometimes germane to the issues I post. I tend to be extremely careful with my sources, as I am appempting to build some credibility, and will INSTANTLY publish any mistake I have made upon finding out that such a mistake was made. I AM ATTEMPTING TO RAISE QUESTIONS IN REGARD WORLD EVENTS THAT OFTEN DON’T HIT THE MAINSTREAM NEWS, OR ARE A DAY OR TWO IN ADVANCE OF NATIONAL PUBLICATION. I also am interested in debating important world issues that effect us all… (Sorry about the Caps…)http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Syria, Hezbollah “looking to attack Israel”    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 05:13 PMOK, ONE MORE TIME. HERE IS A LINK TO EVERY ARAB PAPER IN THE MID EAST, AND ALMOST EVERY PAPER IN THE REGION IS REPORTING EXACTLY THE SAME THING. CHECKMATE!http://www.albawaba.com/THANKShttp://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Syria, Hezbollah “looking to attack Israel”    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 04:42 PMTry this link and see if it sheds any light.http://www.albawaba.com/en/countries/Syria/181742I am mighty careful at what I write. I would think that maybe you will believe an ARAB paper??Re: this has happened in our military as well    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 02:41 PMabstinence-only. Yeah. The guys are fighting for their lives, our lives, and they’re thinking of abstinence…Condoms, yes! Sorry, this one has me LMAS.The Mexican Border & Suitcase Nuclear Bombs    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 02:21 PMThe Mexican Border & Suitcase Nuclear BombsI was reading the news and noted the controversy in regard the Mexican/American Border, and the sophistication of the tunnels that are being located & destroyed. The tunnels bothered me most, but only after reading old articles in regard Russian Intelligence and plans.file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Bill/Desktop/Suitcase%20Nukes.htmThis is a fascinating article which describe Alexander Lebed and Suitcase Nukes, Russia’s intent in the manufacture and deployment of the nukes, and simply scares the heck out of me when I think of them in the hands of terrorists. And yes, they are out there, and many, many appear to be missing. My concern is that we have radiation detectors in our ports, airports, border crossings, etc., but how effective are these detectors IF such a device was smuggled into the United States via a Mexican built tunnel; my fear, and I believe the fear of others, is that the depth and shielding of the tunnel itself will effectively foil any radiation detectors, therefore imposing a huge threat to US security. We MUST secure our borders from this type of threat, and we must do it now.http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comThe Mexican Border & Suitcase Nuclear Bombs    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 02:09 PMThe Mexican Border & Suitcase Nuclear BombsI was reading the news and noted the controversy in regard the Mexican/American Border, and the sophistication of the tunnels that are being located & destroyed. The tunnels bothered me most, but only after reading old articles in regard Russian Intelligence and plans.file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Bill/Desktop/Suitcase%20Nukes.htmThis is a fascinating article which describe Alexander Lebed and Suitcase Nukes, Russia’s intent in the manufacture and deployment of the nukes, and simply scares the heck out of me when I think of them in the hands of terrorists. And yes, they are out there, and many, many appear to be missing.My concern is that we have radiation detectors in our ports, airports, border crossings, etc., but how effective are these detectors IF such a device was smuggled into the United States via a Mexican built tunnel; my fear, and I believe the fear of others, is that the depth and shielding of the tunnel itself will effectively foil any radiation detectors, therefore imposing a huge threat to US security. We MUST secure our borders from this type of threat, and we must do it now.http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Why Prisoners Should Not Vote!    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 12:00 PMPrisoners should not be allowed to vote for another, extremely good reason.Prisoners would “sell” their vote for a carton of cigarettes, so whomever has spent the most money in the prison system gets the vote. That is simply the way prisons run.Hmmm, I’ll not try to make an association of this with anything else… :)http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: They are not thinking it trough    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 11:23 AMHumprh!People who “swing”, especially married couples sure don’t swing because they have a messed-up sex life; they swing because they have a GREAT sex life, understand and love each other, and know the basic difference between love and sex.The Mexican Border & Suitcase Nuclear Bombs    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 09:34 AMI was reading the news and noted the controversy in regard the Mexican/American Border, and the sophistication of the tunnels that are being located & destroyed. The tunnels bothered me most, but only after reading old articles in regard Russian Intelligence and plans.file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/Bill/Desktop/Suitcase%20Nukes.htmThis is a fascinating article which describe Alexander Lebed and Suitcase Nukes, Russia’s intent in the manufacture and deployment of the nukes, and simply scares the heck out of me when I think of them in the hands of terrorists. And yes, they are out there, and many, many appear to be missing.My concern is that we have radiation detectors in our ports, airports, border crossings, etc., but how effective are these detectors IF such a device was smuggled into the United States via a Mexican built tunnel; my fear, and I believe the fear of others, is that the depth and shielding of the tunnel itself will effectively foil any radiation detectors, therefore imposing a huge threat to US security. We MUST secure our borders from this type of threat, and we must do it now.http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: When do we go into Iran?    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 06:21 AMWhen do we go into Iran? Soon, judging by the events in the last couple of days. I doubt that “in to Iran” means ground troops, but I’d guess there won’t be much left of their nuclear ambitions…The WorldNETDaily ran the above article this morning;http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=43445″Jordan’s king warned American Jewish officials yesterday Syria and Hezbollah are planning terrorist attacks in Israel to distract international attention from the growing crisis in Lebanon, WorldNetDaily has learned.”"Abdullah said Israel should refrain from any immediate retaliation against Palestinian groups if there is indeed a terrorist attack since the likely source would be Syria and Hezbollah.”Whew, when the Arab’s themselves begin warning Israel of imminent attacks, it demonstrates to everyone just how shaky the Middle East really is! (And the efforts of some of the Arab League to uphold the peace process.) There is hope for peace, but Iran & Syria keep stepping directly in the way of peace and sabotage by funding Hezbollah and propagating the misery. How do we stop the madness??http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comSyria, Hezbollah “looking to attack Israel”    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 05:26 AMThe WorldNETDaily ran the above article this morning;http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=43445″Jordan’s king warned American Jewish officials yesterday Syria and Hezbollah are planning terrorist attacks in Israel to distract international attention from the growing crisis in Lebanon, WorldNetDaily has learned.”"Abdullah said Israel should refrain from any immediate retaliation against Palestinian groups if there is indeed a terrorist attack since the likely source would be Syria and Hezbollah.”Whew, when the Arab’s themselves begin warning Israel of imminent attacks, it demonstrates to everyone just how shaky the Middle East really is! (And the efforts of some of the Arab League to uphold the peace process.) There is hope for peace, but Iran & Syria keep stepping directly in the way of peace and sabotage by funding Hezbollah and propagating the misery. How do we stop the madness??http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=1http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comSyria, Hezbollah ‘looking to attack Israel’    justanothercoverup    Mar 23, 2005 04:17 AMThe WorldNETDaily ran the above article this morning;http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=43445″Jordan’s king warned American Jewish officials yesterday Syria and Hezbollah are planning terrorist attacks in Israel to distract international attention from the growing crisis in Lebanon, WorldNetDaily has learned.”"Abdullah said Israel should refrain from any immediate retaliation against Palestinian groupsall of the civil rights movements, women’s liberation, and the Country screaming for equal rights, none of us can really, ever seem to treat and understand women or respect them as we do ourselves. Think about it. We have a long way to go. Let the ******** Swing, and let the righteous condemn us. I mean, after all, this IS America, where democracy is king and we believe as a country that everyone should be treated equally and with respect. I agree with that philosophy and wish that everyone else did too.What are your thoughts on the subject??What IS The Issue Of swinging?? And Why??    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 05:30 PMI have read in-depth every post in regard John Stossel’s “Give Me A Break” commentaries and I am amazed at the controversy. I am so shocked how little America knows about Swinging, or the Swinging Lifestyle.And lifestyle it is; married or couples whom are simply living together and swing have to have the utmost trust in each other, and a love for their partner that simply will not allow jealousy. To embrace these practices is one thing, but to live them is another… I owned three Escort & Modeling Agencies and was one of the lucky few men that could sit and listen to women’s conversations, after a while forgetting I was even there. Men, you have no idea how women talk, or what they really want.Generally speaking, most of the women I have ever known, especially those I could actually listen to while speaking “in private” to other women, consider men to be selfish, demanding, and generally don’t give a darn for anyone’s sexual pleasure but their own! (Sorry guys, but that’s the real scoop) They want to be taken care of, complimented, have their desires and fantasies recognized & fulfilled, and most would fall over dead if their man offered them a simple backrub after a hard days work. No, I didn’t make it up, I simply listened. Women are wonderful, devious creatures, and I dearly love them, but we men listen way too little… Listen Guys, they will tell you what they want. Really!With the above in mind, “********” are born, and these are couples whom simply understand and trust each other to a level the Average married couple cannot understand. It’s not scary, and they don’t want to convert you; they simply want to live their lives in the manner which makes them happy.The problem as I see it is simple. If it were simply the men “having fun”, it would remain a deep, dark unspoken taboo. However, since women participate readily and willingly, and in fact are the most unabashed “movers” & “shakers” in the swinging community, people that don’t understand the lifestyle, nor women, are up in arms. These United States are interesting. For some reason, a man has several women and he is a “superman”. (have to watch what I say – so have toned down the language. Most of you know what I mean in certain circumstances)Let a woman enjoy sex in the same manner, and it’s the Red Badge of Shame. And still, even after all of the civil rights movements, women’s liberation, and the Country screaming for equal rights, none of us can really, ever seem to treat and understand women or respect them as we do ourselves. Think about it. We have a long way to go. Let the ******** Swing, and let the righteous condemn us. I mean, after all, this IS America, where democracy is king and we believe as a country that everyone should be treated equally and with respect. I agree with that philosophy and wish that everyone else did too.What are your thoughts on the subject??http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Here It Is Again – Why Are Three US Carrier Groups On Way To Mid East    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 03:26 PMAnd thanks back – Darn, have to get to the Dr. for a few… Hope the thread keeps on as well as it was this AM.Here It Is Again – Why Are Three US Carrier Groups On Way To Mid East    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 02:56 PMYesterday I wrote an article in regard Bush’s true intentions, or should I say Bush, Israel, and the EU, in regard the real reason we’re in Iraq. Today’s article in the “Freerepublic” is beginning to lend credence to that theory; Iran is in the crosshairs, we are solidly in place in Iraq to prevent an Oil Embargo, and Iran will soon know that the UN, the EU, Israel, and the United States will not allow them to become a nuclear power and destabilize the Middle-East. The fear of an oil embargo will not save them now…http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1367759/postsRead the Editorial, “Bush’s Real Strategy for Iraq – He May be a genius….” on the below sites; see if this adds up and form your own opinion.http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=ededf643d333e987cd67a45d0039d1b8http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comIs The Topic of US Fleet Movements Taboo??    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 02:50 PMQuestion to Monitors. We were having a pretty good thread going, a lot of participation, then the entire thread got zapped. Was this a glitch or is the subject taboo on this board???http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Ok. Now There Are Five Things …    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 02:28 PMOh, Oh! Now you have to go back to five, because this IS a thread about the monitors and they are allowing it. I’m almost tempted to reinitiate the thread on the fleet. Just wish I’d know if its actually taboo or a computer glitch.Re: Ok. Now There Are Five Things …    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 02:16 PMI had wondered about that. As you probably noted, I picked up on the fleet deployments from an article I found on FreeRepublic.com. I search all of the news every morning, from every source I can find. Then, only after reading every scrap of info I can find, try to make sense of it all. I’m just learning, but learning more everyday with all the great help I get on these boards. :)Re: For a laugh, because    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 02:02 PMThat was absolutely great!Re: Ok. Now There Are Five Things …    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 01:58 PMJust thought of something that struck me funny. The censors or moderators will let us have a thread about them, but not a thread of why our carriers are heading toward the Middle East. Now THATS funny!http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: Ok. Now There Are Five Things …    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 01:55 PMYou’re probably right. It was getting to be a very good discussion. Now I see threads about happy birthday. Now THATS politics. Wish the Censors would let me start it back up again, but don’t want to get kicked off either. Generally, its a pretty good board. Just haven’t figured out the rules – and as they apply differently to different people.Re: Ok. Now There Are Five Things …    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 01:28 PMYou’ve evidently been around here for a lot longer than I; Why did they pull the plug on the Fleet heading toward the Middle East? I don’t understand, a lot of people were posting, and it was an active thread. Any Ideas?Re: Converging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 11:31 AMAmen! But, what if Iran still keeps up the quest for nuclear weapons? We KNOW Israel won’t sit still for that, so the negotiations are essential for Middle East stability. If the negotiations fail, what then? I don’t see ground forces in Iran, but I certainly see the destruction of their nuclear capability if they don’t heed the message from the World.Re: Converging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 07:53 AMI agree somewhat, however nuclear weapons in the hands of Radical Islam IS NOT something the world is prepared to deal with. We know from experience that their fanaticism knows no limits – and more than the United States is at risk. Israel certainly has taken note, and in fact PROMISED to thwart Iran’s nuclear ambitions. We have been blackmailed by the Middle East with the threat of oil embargos for too long, and finally, we might be able to solve an emerging threat without disrupting the world’s oil supply.Re: Converging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:46 AMGranted – supposition and analysis of the news, and historical developments in the Middle East no doubt led me to this conclusion. In reading the CIA reports of 2000, & 2002, it is easily ascertainable that Iran, rather than Iraq, was “most probably” the greatest threat to Middle East stability; but, the fear of an oil embargo, which would cause worldwide panic, effectively curtailed the US and other’s ambitions to stop their nuclear proliferation. With out troops in Iraq, and the Oil infrastructure rapidly being repaired, careful planning has again placed Iran where the US, UN, and all concerned parties may deal with them as necessary.Converging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong mes    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:27 AMIran is on Notice – Carrier Groups On The WayYesterday I wrote an article in regard Bush’s true intentions, or should I say Bush, Israel, and the EU, in regard the real reason we’re in Iraq. Today’s article in the “Freerepublic” is beginning to lend credence to that theory; Iran is in the crosshairs, we are solidly in place in Iraq to prevent an Oil Embargo, and Iran will soon know that the UN, the EU, Israel, and the United States will not allow them to become a nuclear power and destabilize the Middle-East. The fear of an oil embargo will not save them now…http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1367759/postsRead the Editorial, “Bush’s Real Strategy for Iraq – He May be a genius….” on the below sites; see if this adds up and form your own opinion.http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=ededf643d333e987cd67a45d0039d1b8http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comConverging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong mes    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:15 AMIran is on Notice – Carrier Groups On The WayYesterday I wrote an article in regard Bush’s true intentions, or should I say Bush, Israel, and the EU, in regard the real reason we’re in Iraq. Today’s article in the “Freerepublic” is beginning to lend credence to that theory; Iran is in the crosshairs, we are solidly in place in Iraq to prevent an Oil Embargo, and Iran will soon know that the UN, the EU, Israel, and the United States will not allow them to become a nuclear power and destabilize the Middle-East. The fear of an oil embargo will not save them now…http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1367759/postsRead the Editorial, “Bush’s Real Strategy for Iraq – He May be a genius….” on the below sites; see if this adds up and form your own opinion.http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=ededf643d333e987cd67a45d0039d1b8http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comConverging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong mes    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:01 AMYesterday I wrote an article in regard Bush’s true intentions, or should I say Bush, Israel, and the EU, in regard the real reason we’re in Iraq. Today’s article in the “Freerepublic” is beginning to lend credence to that theory; Iran is in the crosshairs, we are solidly in place in Iraq to prevent an Oil Embargo, and Iran will soon know that the UN, the EU, Israel, and the United States will not allow them to become a nuclear power and destabilize the Middle-East. The fear of an oil embargo will not save them now…http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1367759/postsRead the Editorial, “Bush’s Real Strategy for Iraq – He May be a genius….” on the below sites; see if this adds up and form your own opinion.http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=ededf643d333e987cd67a45d0039d1b8http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comConverging U.S. Navy aircraft carrier groups in Middle East send strong mes    justanothercoverup    Mar 22, 2005 06:00 AMYesterday I wrote an article in regard Bush’s true intentions, or should I say Bush, Israel, and the EU, in regard the real reason we’re in Iraq. Today’s article in the “Freerepublic” is beginning to lend credence to that theory; Iran is in the crosshairs, we are solidly in place in Iraq to prevent an Oil Embargo, and Iran will soon know that the UN, the EU, Israel, and the United States will not allow them to become a nuclear power and destabilize the Middle-East. The fear of an oil embargo will not save them now…http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1367759/postsRead the Editorial, “Bush’s Real Strategy for Iraq – He May be a genius….” on the below sites; see if this adds up and form your own opinion.http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4&sid=ededf643d333e987cd67a45d0039d1b8http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comI hate Bush – But he might be a Genius.    justanothercoverup    Mar 21, 2005 05:32 PMThe article is too long to post on this forum. To see it, follow the below link and go to Editorials. Wow. Is this possible?http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4or, if it’s too busyhttp://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.comRe: I dislike Bush – But he might be a genius!    justanothercoverup    Mar 21, 2005 01:23 PMExactly, and here comes Israel. Consider that Israel knows that Iran doesn’t believe it has a right to exist, and they know Iran supports the Palestinians with those same beliefs. Don’t you think the EU is worried, especially when Iran probably has the capability to hit them too. I don’t attribute all of this to Bush, but the Mid-East is effectively barred from imposing an oil embargo if things go sour in Iran. I still think that’s Genius, and my guess is that the price of oil is so high right now because everyone in the “know” is aware its gong to hit the fan anytime soon; Gotta make their money while they can!http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.com!Iran Prediction – Don’t like Bush but he’s smart!    justanothercoverup    Mar 21, 2005 12:24 PMMost of you read the news every day. Look at the current events and especially the Middle-East. There might have been a valid reason for attacking Iraq – but not nesessarily what we were told. Read this article and form your own opinion:And please, after reading the article, you tell me, is it possible??It’s too long to post here. Read @http://forums.bluelemur.com/viewforum.php?f=4or, if it’s too busy,http://justanothercoverup.myblogsite.com


 

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